NATO i UE w nowej rzeczywistości po aneksji Krymu
Słowa kluczowe:security, Russian Federation, NATO, European Union, Crimea annexation, Ukraine
In February, 2014 Russian Federation began occupation of the Crimea, which is part of sovereign Ukraine, under the pretext of ethnic Russians protection. In the Russian military doctrine the purpose of a security policy to unite the Russian people is quite heavily accented, in the form of strategic control over the areas of the former Soviet Union. The annexation of the Crimea is therefore part of complex policy. On the way to implement such a concept also stand Baltic countries, members of NATO and the European Union. From the perspective of Russia the best would be to impose such a political system in Ukraine, which would guarantee full control and not allow future integration with NATO and the EU. According to the Kremlin way of thinking "good neighbor" should be integrated politically, economically and militarily with Russia, and not take part in integration processes with structures not controlled by Russia.